Dunes OHV Recreation Area

This small piece of BLM land was set aside specifically for OHV riding enthusiasts, but also accommodates vehicle campers. There are actually some covered picnic tables here, but are often spray-painted over with graffiti, and laden with trash. The entire area is fraught with litter, but it does offer a free camping area close to Farmington.

Foster Park, San Angelo, TX

This small park located along Spring Creek is operated by Tom Green County as a destination for picnics and camping. Most of the camping is found along the north side of the creek. There are no designated campsites, you just pick out a location and set up camp.

Surprise Designated Camping Area, Sedona, AZ

Surprise Designated Camping Area is one of the eight (8) official campgrounds created by Coconino National Forest for campers who want to stay close to Sedona. All camping close to the town of Sedona is restricted to one of these eight designated dispersed camping areas as a result of Forest Order 03-04-06-22-25. These eight designated camping areas are small, accommodating anywhere from 4 to 12 campsites. There are no reservations, it’s first come, first serve.

Paiute Yellow Post Campsites

These are a series of two yellow post campsites located along North Fork Lytle Creek along the north side of Paiute Road. High clearance 4WD vehicles are highly recommended to reach these sites due to soft sand and rocky conditions. Site #12 is heavily shaded, while Site #11 is partially shaded.

Fall Camp Yellow Post Site

Fall Camp, also known as "Yellow Post Site #10", is located along North Fork Lytle Creek, or Paiute Road. It's well-shaded site and you can easily miss it if you're not watching carefully. 4WD with high clearance is highly recommended due to soft sand and rocky conditions.

Stockton Flats Yellow Post Campsites

This is a series of seven (7) campsites, each marked by a yellow post, and numbered 3 through 9. Each site comes with a fire ring and that's about it. Sites 3 through 8 are all bunched together along a loop in the road, while site 9, also dubbed "Big Horn Camp" is about another 1,000 feet down the road.

Lone Camp, Lytle Creek, CA

This is a single "yellow post" campsite located along the creek side of Lytle Creek Road lies about 500 further up the road from Cold Camp. The campsite is long enough for full sized motorhomes and fifth-wheel trailers to get into, and is much easier to back into based on the way it is angled from the road.

Cold Camp, Lytle Creek, CA

This is a single "yellow post" campsite located along the north side of Lytle Creek Road right at the fork with Cold Water Canyon. The campsite is long enough for full sized motorhomes and fifth-wheel trailers to get into, albeit with some skill backing into the 90-degree turn from the road.

Twin Buttes Equalization Channel

The Equalization Channel refers to a channel of water that connects the two reservoirs at Twin Buttes Recreation Area. There is a service road on the channel's west side, and there are two places were camping is allowed, one at each end of the service road. A permit is required to camp here.

Twin Buttes Marina Park

Twin Buttes Marina Park is the primary boat launch and campground for the reservoir. There are at about a couple dozen picnic tables with trash cans and cooking grills, but dispersed camping is allowed everywhere here. A permit is required to camp here,